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Ethiopia’s State of Emergency: Government Retrieves Over 700 Looted Arms, Arrests 1,600 People

Ethiopian authorities have recovered more than 700 arms and arrested about 1,600 people since October 9 when the government declared a state of emergency in response to months of widespread anti-government protests. Ethiopian security officials have recovered about 744 arms Read more ›

Ethiopian Anti-Government Protesters Cause Spike in Price of Beans and Vegetables in Netherlands

Source:Fruitnet.com Dutch suppliers have halted imports and production at their Ethiopian operations after anti-government protesters damaged their facilities. Prices have spiked in the Netherlands for products such as fine beans and exotic vegetables due to the disruption in supply from Read more ›

Ethiopian Protesters Kill US Researcher With Stones After Attacking Her Vehicle

Source: Inquisitr.com A UC Davis postdoctoral researcher has been murdered near Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa after anti-protesters attacked the vehicle she was riding in with stones. Sharon Gray, a 30-year-old researcher at the University of California’s plant biology department, died Read more ›

Ethiopian Officials Apologize for Textbooks Placing the Ras Dashen Mountain in Tigray Region

Ethiopian authorities have apologized for publishing school textbooks which mistakenly assigned Ras Dashen, the highest mountain in the country, to the Tigray region instead of the Amhara region where it is located. The Ministry of Education apologized for the mistake Read more ›